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3.5 yaps

The Lazarus Effect

“The Lazarus Effect” may be the first February horror film in a long time that shakes off that negative stigma … sort of. Continue reading

4 yaps

Mr. Turner

In a sense, “Mr. Turner” is the purest portrait of an artist — offering a clear vision of the legacy he bequeathed but rendering the man blurred and indistinct. Continue reading

3.5 yaps

McFarland, USA

It may be as formulaic a sports flick as you’re apt to see — borrowing liberally from “Hoosiers” — but Kevin Costner scores in this feel-good drama. Continue reading

4 yaps

The DUFF

I went to see a dumb teen comedy and found a smart and sassy rumination on modern high school sociology. Mae Whitman recalls a young Winona Ryder. Continue reading

2.5 yaps

Fifty Shades of Grey

In which Chris tries to review “Fifty Shades of Grey” but gets distracted. Continue reading

1 yaps

Jupiter Ascending

“Jupiter Ascending” is the sort of awful where you don’t even want to criticize or complain. You just feel bad for everyone involved. Continue reading

4 yaps

The Homesman

If not for a meandering third act, I’d call “The Homesman” a standout Western. Two top-notch performances still make it worthwhile. Continue reading

Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Live Action

Reviews of all five nominees for the Academy Award for Live Action Short Film. Continue reading

Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Animated

Reviews of all five nominees for the Academy Award for Animated Short Film. Continue reading

2 yaps

Mortdecai

“Mortdecai” is a piffle, a lark, an utterly inconsequential movie that wears its insipidness like a badge of honor. Continue reading

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